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comment Is doing two things on one line always a bad practice?
If these two things are very simple and easy to read I would put them on one line.
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answered What are the differences between abstract classes, interfaces, and when to use them
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comment creating object parameters in {}?
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comment Instantiating Interfaces in C#?
Ah that is interesting, interface acts almost like a filter, neat stuff!
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comment Instantiating Interfaces in C#?
Hmm, I see. So what would itPt be after he declares it as a variable? It is not a class or a data storing variable, right?